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  1. #1
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    put CNC,music and a cause you get!

    Hi joe here I think I finally have every thing i need to do this post. About 30 years ago i got into music. about 2 years ago into building my first cnc router. Last year I found a cause that changed me. It is the Susan g komen breast cancer foundation. I walked the 3day event and to help my fund-raising this year I built this. I'll try to reverse the build for you all. And I may ask for your help.
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    Very cool. And for a good cause to boot.

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    Wow!That is seriously cool man!
    JGRO Complete - G540, 380oz Nema23s, 1/2-10 ACME, 30"x14", Craftsman router
    Joes 4x4 R&P in progress

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    before i start

    before i start. here is a great reason or should i say 2 great reasons to build things like this.
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    I dont know, i count 4 good reasons >.>

    But seriously, this is really cool

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    some key points

    I got some cad drawing at various sites only to find none of them were really complete or good enough to do any thing with. So I miss mashed all the parts that where technically needed in rhinocad. Now we have the through string body and bridge of 59 flying V. The neck of a stratocaster. The control setup of a telecaster. And the pickup setup of a SG. Now seeing how I suck at cad work It took forever to get the drawing done and I really suck at 3d work I was unable to figure out how to taper the neck pocket the 2-3 degrees it calls for. So through lots of research I found a sunken bridge method which is just getting the bridge posts down in a pocket to be able to get the bridge low enough and it worked great. Roto-zip bits were my best friends for most of the work, there nice and long. I am showing the pic of the scrap cut out because if look close there is a small 1/8 hole in the middle bottom and 2 at the top. these 3 hole along with the 6 string holes were slowly plunged all the way through into the table. This was one of the key things I did so I could flip the whole thing over and preciously index the work piece to do the work on the back. And 16 common spikes held the work beautifully in place I didn't even need to a hold down of any sort. In the second pic is a mock up test for neck pocket and various other mistake corrections and there lots of these. Oh by the way the body is 1.75 inches thick so long bits were needed for a lot of the work. The body is two 3/4 cabinet grade plywood with a 1/4 solid maple top. The only thing with routing the plywood with a 1/4" bit as you can see is the glue burns and smokes the place up. I didn't use a bigger bit because of the area by the neck. The last pic is just showing my home built router.
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    Re: put CNC,music and a cause you get!

    Great! Music is so wonderful! i like to use best music as my ringtones

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    Re: put CNC,music and a cause you get!

    Quote Originally Posted by nickwilson View Post
    Great! Music is so wonderful! i like to use best music as my ringtones
    I often download ringtones at RingtonesCloud

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